What should I do if the address change for my EB-5 form I-829 dependents is not accepted online? - EB5Investors.com

What should I do if the address change for my EB-5 form I-829 dependents is not accepted online?

I am the primary EB-5 applicant for our I-829 petition. I tried to change the address online for myself and my dependents as we changed our house. While my address change request was accepted through the online tool for AR-11, it did not allow for my dependents due to the validation error “The form number you selected does not match with our records for the receipt number.” I am certain that their I-829 receipt number was correct. Is this a technical glitch, or is there something wrong with the application of my family? What action should I take to avoid any issues?

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Lynne Feldman

Lynne Feldman

Immigration Attorneys
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Call USCIS and try the Ask Emma option - they can also take an address change on the phone.

Bernard P Wolfsdorf

Bernard P Wolfsdorf

Immigration Attorneys
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You can mail in the AR-11s.

Ya Peng

Ya Peng

Immigration Attorneys
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You can call USCIS or contact their virtual assistant Emma.

Raymond Lahoud

Raymond Lahoud

Immigration Attorneys
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If your request to change your address is not permitted online, it is imperative that you contact the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services call center.

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